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You don’t have to use Bricks when using Fewbricks but it is, in my humble opinion, one of Fewbricks greatest features. Simply put, a Brick is a reusable collections of fields. A Brick can include or extend other Bricks and you have a lot of functions available to change Bricks on the fly.

Just like fields, Bricks will not show up in WordPress unless they are added to a field group. That will be done later on in this example.

Example code

Below you will find some simple demo code to show you how to get started. For a more advanced OOP approach, how to use Bricks for layouts, how to display the data and more tips and tricks check out The Fewbricks Demo Theme.


namespace FewbricksDemo\Bricks;

use Fewbricks\ACF\Fields\Image;
use Fewbricks\ACF\Fields\Text;

class ImageAndText extends Brick

     * Set the fields that the Brick is made up of.
     * The set_up function is automatically called by the parent Brick class.
    public function set_up()

        $text = (new Text('Text', 'the_text', '1811292152a'))

        $image = (new Image('Image', 'image', '1811272243a'))

        // Add fields to the Brick
        $this->add_fields([$text, $image]);


     * Example function for getting view data for the Brick. This can of course be much more advanced using
     * custom logic to alter the return values.
    public function get_view_data()

        // get_field_values is a Fewbricks function allowing you to pass multiple field names and get an
        // associative array with the values of each field in return.
        return $this->get_field_values(['text', 'image']);



When added to a field group or another brick, bricks are just a collection of fields which will be added just like they would if you used add_field() or add_fields().

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